Read Reform for free!

For as long as people are shut up indoors, Reform magazine is free to read online. Just click here.As in the words of a popular British children’s programme, why don’t you switch off the TV and do something less boring instead during this coronavirus lockdown? Read May’s edition of the United Reformed Church’s Reform magazine. The May issue, […]

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Christian Aid Week

Christian Aid week takes place on 10 – 16 May 2020 Please refer to our Coronavirus guidance for Christian Aid Week events and activities As this virus spreads across the world, love rises up in response. You’ve already shown incredible kindness to your neighbours. Now is the time to reach out to your neighbours both near […]

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Padlet

Cardiff and Penarth Pastorate  Family support Padlet Hello all! We have put together a padlet of activities, from Roots and other sources, to help support families who won’t be able to share in Sunday worship and Junior Church for the coming weeks. You will find the padlet at  https://padlet.com/cucsecretary/svf9eo3c4lq5  or scan this QR code At […]

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A letter to members and friends about Coronavirus

Dear friends, City URC church is closed due to Coronavirus. With real sadness the Elders, together with our ministers David and Martha,  have decided that we should close the church premises in response to Monday’s Government briefing about the  Coronavirus outbreak. All of the groups that hire our premises are being notified about this. All […]

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Homelessness Outreach

There have been a number of changes at City URC over several months in 2019, noticeably in the garden and on the front doors. This work has been carried out by our very hard working homeless friends with support from City and Cardiff City Council.  The project has been flourishing and provides an opportunity for us […]

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Sermon 9th September 2018

“He could not be hid,” City URC 9th September 2018 On the News at 10 this last Friday Clive Myrie reported from Tripoli about the relentless, chaotic violence among rival factions after the messy end of the Gaddafi regime.  Libya has become what they call a failed state and at one-point Myrie says a woman […]

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Sunday Sermon 12th August 2018

John 6:35 Good News Translation 35 “I am the bread of life,” Jesus told them. “Those who come to me will never be hungry; those who believe in me will never be thirsty. I have always thought that this passage in the gospel of John, that we have just heard today, is somewhat of a ‘superstar’ passage […]

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A New Welcome in Epiphany

On the day (7th January) when we celebrated the visit of wise men from foreign lands to the Christ child, we were delighted to welcome into membership Dee Asllani from Turkey, Kenneth Watson from South Africa and Adedayo Alabi from Nigeria. All are welcome here.

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